Definition of Duras, Marguerite in English:

Duras, Marguerite

Line breaks: Mar|guer¦ite Duras
Pronunciation: /ˈdjʊərɑː
 
, dyʀa/
  • (1914–96), French novelist, film director, and dramatist; pseudonym of Marguerite Donnadieu. She is best known for the screenplay to Alain Resnais' film Hiroshima mon amour (1959) and for her semi-autobiographical novel L’Amant (1984).

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